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The Nordic Resistance Movement (NRM) is a neo-Nazi organisation that was originally founded in Sweden. The movement, which is openly anti-semitic, anti-immigration and anti-gay, aims to dismantle Nordic parliamentary democracies and replace them with a unified Nordic fascist state. Join Flora Deverell and Jacob Berntsson as they discuss NRM’s growing influence with guest Jonathan Leman, a researcher at Stockholm-based Expo, which monitors violent extremist far-right activity in the Nordic countries. The podcast also takes a look at some of the most prominent individuals in the Nordic neo-Nazi scene with expert Dr. Louie Dean Valencia-García, an assistant professor of digital history at Texas State University. Together, they explore how Nordic neo-Nazis are exploiting online platforms as a “safe haven” and other mainstream trends, such as memes, to spread their message and aid radicalisation on a global scale.
- Right-wing terrorism and militancy in the Nordic countries: a comparative case study (Ravndal, 2018)
- Europe’s right wing: A nation-by-nation guide to political parties and extremist groups (van Gilder Cooke, 2011)
- Right-wing extremism in Norway – changes and challenges (Bjorgo, 2019)
- Anti-immigrant ‘Soldiers of Odin’ raise concern in Finland (Rosendahl & Forsell, 2016)
- The Nordic Resistance Movement (Dr Wiggen, 2020)
- How a small Budapest publishing house is quietly fuelling far-right extremism (Owen, 2019)
- Arktos Vs Counter-Current feud splits the alt-right (Lawrence, 2019)
- ’Finspång’ – an execution meme of the Swedish radical right ignites the political discourse (Onnerfors,2018)
Louie Dean Valencia-Garcia (@BurntCitrus):
- Far-right revisionism and the end of history (2020)
- The rise of the European far-right in the internet age (Valencia-Garcia, 2018)
Jonathan Leman (@JonathanLeman):